Demolition Contractors in Warwickshire

Whatever the size and scope of your demolition project, here at Hughes and Salvidge, we can help.

We provide a comprehensive, environmentally focused demolition service in Warwickshire that has been designed to work around you.

We are committed to going above and beyond to ensure that your demolition needs are met, and your expectations are exceeded. With this in mind, we demolish, crush, and recycle in-house, so that you can rely on us to provide a consistently high-quality service, with a strong focus on health and safety.

We can take control of every stage of the process, from the initial budget costing, right through to completion, and always go that extra mile to deliver the highest standard of customer service at the best possible price.

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Demolition Services in Warwickshire

We offer a large range of demolition services to accommodate your requiremets:

Airport demolition
Bridge demolition
Chemical Plant demolition
City Centre demolition
Industrial demolition
Large Commercial Premises demolition
Marine/Dockyard demolition
Ministry of Defence site demolition
Nuclear decommissioning and demolition
Pharmaceutical Plant demolition
Public Sector demolition
Refinery demolition
School demolition
Steel Foundry demolition
Tower Block demolition
University Buildings demolition
Utilities demolition

Why choose us?

Here at Hughes and Salvidge, corporate social responsibility is an area of our business that we continue to take extremely seriously, and as a result, it is one of our core priorities and the driving force behind our day-to-day operations.

With this in mind, we make it our mission to ensure that all of our business processes and operations minimise any potential impact on the environment by recycling at least 95% of the waste materials from our demolitions.

This is one of the many reasons why we were awarded the Recycling and Environmental World Demolition Award for our on-going environmental work and our Green Hands Initiative in 2016.